"Hand built passion entwined gardens"
We can supply everything you need to create your landscaping ideas a reality. From slabs to Japanese maple trees, decking to driveways we provide a full range of products from our trusted suppliers. We also offer tools and transport hire ensuring your project is finished to a high specification.
Our specialist range includes products such as sandstone, limestone, porcelain paving, decking and concrete fence posts. Other specialised services include topsoil compost and bark chippings, resin drives, sheds, summer houses and garages helping to create an attractive landscape which definitely adds value to the property.
How We Work
City Recruit Landscaping ensures the stringent quality is met and environmental standards & CDM regulations are adhered at all times. All of our operatives are CSCS licensed, hold the relevant insurances, are up-to-date with Health & Safety in the workplace and use products that meet British Standard Specifications.
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Working closely with a variety of main contractors, we develop and provide maintenance to an array of different landscapes. The services we offer include:
- Landscape Designing & Consultation Services
- Stone / Concrete / Brick / Block Paving
- Wooden Decking
- Specialist Fencing / Railings
- Brick & Stone Cleaning
- Lawn Mowing & Conditioning
- Hedge Trimming
- Pruning & Weeding
- Litter Removal
Simple Curved Garden Edging
Curved garden edging may sound complicated, but it is a surprisingly easy effect that you can recreate yourself without much effort! For a basic unpretentious result, you can simply dig the curved border along your bed and leave it as it is. The vibrant contrast where the lawn meets the bed is visually striking, however, you may need to take extra steps to ensure that your flower beds are protected from excess water run-off.
Sea Shell Edging Ideas
Bring the beach to your garden with a quirky sea shell border! A bed of shells along a walkway conveys a fresh nautical feel. For extra embellishment, plant a selection of air plants amongst your shells. If you prefer a subtler effect, a line of giant conch shells makes great edging for flower beds.
Rough Rock Edging
Large jagged boulders make a wonderful contrasting border for gravel walkways. This type of edging offers a delightfully rustic feel, almost like a river pathway or rainforest trek. Fill your beds with an abundance of green leafy plants for extra contrast and movement.
Patio Brick Edging
Patio brick edging gives a timeless classic touch to your beds and borders. If flush with the ground, it also serves as a good mowing guide. To avoid the bricks shifting over time, you will need to dig a trench and line with a layer of hardcore and sand before arranging your bricks on top. Concentrate on aligning your bricks perfectly as this will give your edging a professional finish.
Glass & Rock Garden Edging
Give your edging an artistic flair with pebbles and decorative glass. Get creative by weaving flamboyant patterns through the grey stone. A selection of succulents will give an extra breath of life without requiring a lot of upkeep. Edging like this adds a nice ornamental touch to low maintenance yards and is ideal around winter gardens and shrubberies.